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Ennahdha Party Statement on Events in Egypt
Ennahdha Party Statement on Events in Egypt
Tunis, 1 July 2013 Egypt is going through a period of acute political tension reaching its peak over the last few days with the start of an open sit-in by the Egyptian opposition demanding the toppling of the elected President Mohamed Morsi and another sit-in by supporters of the President who are defending electoral legitimacy.
Tuesday, July 2,2013 15:48

This tension and deadlock has led to violent incidents resulting in numerous victims and the burning of the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood.

 Ennahdha Party stresses the following:

1. Egypt remains the heart of the ummah, and the Arab revolutions which started from Tunisia became a spring following the victory of the glorious Egyptian revolution.

2. There is no alternative to dialogue between Egyptians, those in power and those in the opposition, within the framework of respect for democratic legitimacy, in order to overcome the conflicts, tensions and divisions which threaten the entire state and the unity of the nation and the people.

3. The necessity of remaining committed to national unity as the sole way to defeat the wishes of the enemies of the revolution and the nation.

Ennahdha Party
Rached Ghannouchi
tags: Morsi / Muslim Brotherhood / Revolution / Tunisia / Egyptian Opposition / Ennahdha Party
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